Fractal Exploration on the Macintosh explores the world of fractal geometry at different levels. In the first few chapter you will find a non technical discussions on the fractals, where they are found, examples include : the make up of the human body, forms of music, architecture of African settlements, perception of the mind, forms in art, plant structures, cosmology and even a section on their influence on pop culture.

In other section complete explanations are given of linear fractals, Mandelbrot set, Newton's method, aggregate growth, random fractals, historical antidotes and many model chaos theory, along with ways that you can create your own fractals on your Macintosh computer.